Financial / Budget Analyst

Washington, DC
Jul 12, 2018
Jul 16, 2018
Analyst, Finance
Full Time
Responsibilities The Financial/Budget Analyst will be responsible for developing budgets, monitoring and reporting on the status of Information Technology and other projects for a Federal Government Client. To accomplish this, the Financial/Budget Analyst will gather data from financial and contract systems as well as consolidating invoice data. S/He will exercise excellent spreadsheet and presentation skills to assist in the analysis and communication of project financial status. The successful candidate will also demonstrate excellent problem solving skills and analytical capabilities. Additional responsibilities will include: Forecasting expenditures; estimates to complete; estimate at completion Understanding of concepts such as Return on Investment; Discounted Cash Flows; Payback Period Conduct variance analysis and explain the root cause to management Knowledge of various government contract types and vehicles including CPAF, T&M, and Fixed Price, GWAC and IDIQ contracts. Familiarity with SOW, RFP and non-competitive justification writing desired. Apply knowledge of IT, associated project artifacts, and hardware preferred Collaborate with Noblis and client team members through written and verbal interactions and presentations Apply consulting and interpersonal skills to a wide range of business situations Experience with data extraction and analysis desired Ability to interview clients, define budget requirements, develop cost estimates and research data issues. Qualifications Required Qualifications: Bachelor s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Economics or related fields with a minimum of three years of related experience. MBA or Master s degree in related field is desirable. Other fields of specialty will be considered. Knowledge and experience in procurement, consulting, and Information Technology preferred. Knowledge of the software development life-cycle desired. Strong Microsoft Excel experience and capabilities required. Experience establishing, monitoring, forecasting and reporting project budgets. Familiarity with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and OMB circulars is desirable. All candidates must have strong communication and writing skills, ability to solve problems independently, responsible for meeting deadlines. The position requires a professional work attitude, ability to communicate openly with management and coworkers, and to work as a team player

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